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Trends

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Col Perks

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Trend: The API and Data Economy This new paradigm shift driven by APIs has also impacted at board room level. CEOs now expect their CIOs and CTOs to be able to showcase iPhone and Android app versions of their latest service offerings. However rather than asking “why are we not building iPhone applications,” the CEO should be asking, “why aren’t we allowing others to write iPhone applications on top of our data?”
Programmable Web Blog Tomorrow's Workers will perhaps be using technology in advance of Corporate IT Cloud Tweets Trend: Ambient Computing and Mobility Trend: The Social and the Enterprise Trend: BI and Big Data The Semantic Web isn't just about putting data on the web. It is about making links, so that a person or machine can explore the web of data. Tim Berners-Lee Trend: Just a little about Cloud Businesses and Business Apps go social APIs also mean Open Linked Data Systematising Technology Trends? GIS

Geospatial Visualisation, specifically 3D visualisation
Data Sources: structured and unstructured data from mobile devices; location-aware unstructured data; geo-tagging of existing structure data
explore qualitative and quantitative spatial relationships between large data sets

Biggest hurdle in this area is educating potential users on what GIS is, and what it isn't. And developing spatial reasoning skills.
Calvin, of the Calvin and Hobbes comic strip, puts it in perspective: "Why waste time learning, when ignorance is instantaneous?"
GIS technology is not "mapping as usual". The rights, privileges and responsibilities of interacting with mapped variables are much more demanding than interactions with traditional maps and spatial records. Trend: Technology Platform Government ICT Roadmap FreeBase: Social Ontologies Bottom Up: Infrastructure Services first Progress towards the Cloud Vision will be slow Policy and Legislative issues to be resolved Focusing on Web-based standards will act as an enabler The Web Platform as the transition technology to a new era of computing Current BI Technologies; "robust", centralised; but lack agility Increasing SaaS Provider Integration The social dimension Mobility Security So What!? Deducing "time-to-value" for IT delivery Information everywhere; sharing data across the sector and lowering the barriers to data consumption Driving innovative reuse of government data without writing software Increased integration with stakeholders through the use of low-cost, low-complexity technologies Rapid Intelligence from every source of data, available anywhere. Increasing Innovation and controlling IT costs Microsoft's Metro Design for Phone 7 is predicted to simplify entry into mobile BI Use photos to supplement GIS data (AR) Trend: Geospatial Information Management 4D GIS (XYZ and time) is the next major frontier. Data from Google Fusion is used to show NY evacuation zones Analysing all this data? Caution: The Future maybe closer than it seems. Questions? Keep the whole haystack, find the needles later Think of systems exposing linked data, not of systems and databases in silos requiring integration. The deconstruction of IT Governance
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